Water Technician (Current Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 21 June 2018
This is an amazing company to work for. They treat their employees with respect and you hear about it when you’ve done a good job. Helping restore people’s homes back to their original state is one of the most satisfying types of work there is.
Hazard pay for any type of hazardous work (confined space, asbestos removal and so on)
Production Coordinator (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 11 April 2018
This is a very poorly managed company. Placing people in positions internally with little to no experience. NO team atmosphere - very clicky. If you are a " sheep" you will fit right in. I would not recommend this company to anyone I know. NO room to advance. Making promises of growth that will never happen. NO raises for years and when they finally offered me one it was a slap inj the face at 15 cents. BOTTOM LINE - STAY AWAY
Human Resource Business Partner (Current Employee) – Calgary – 9 March 2018
Managers place the employees first and have a partnership as opposed to taking an authoritative approach. Extensive employee review and calibration involvement providing honest and constructive feedback.
Productive and fun place to work, really enjoy the staff
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 28 February 2018
Fantastic company to work for there is a great team oriented energy in the office. Great health benefits and they really seem to care about the employees. Perks of having company vehicle and a gas card. I feel as if the salaries are competitive in the market and that the employees are all treated fairly.
Former Finance Employee (Former Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 5 October 2017
Stay away if you can. Employees are treated with disrespect. They don't pay their vendors in months and when vendors call for payments they lie to them. I believe many small businesses will go bankrupt because of them.
Inexperienced and very rude managers & supervisors, unethical business practices
Productive work environment, fast pace environment
File Manager/Project Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 8 March 2017
- this job was always fast pace work - I learnt a lot about administrative work from this job - very friendly and easy going environment - management was always there to help me and answer questions I may have - very diverse with culture and very enriching - hardest part of the job was making sure billing was correct and everything matched up - easiest part of the job was issuing PO's for all invoices and receipts for the job
A disrespectful atmosphere and hard work is not appreciated no matter how much you are willing to work overtime and get jobs done respect is an ultimate low from management. It was a good feeling knowing you were helping people. Hard work if you actually do the work and not sit on your phone as you are unsupervised daily.
Construction Manager (Current Employee) – Orangeville, ON – 25 April 2016
This job/ industry is often feast or famine so your day can change often and brings a lot of challenges upon you quickly. You often wonder why do you do this line of work but when a homeowner is genuinely happy with your work and they are grateful to have their home restored after a fire or some kind of water damage is does make the headache all worth it.
Responding to disasters, supporting 40 corporate locations across Canada
Director, National Commercial Business Development (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 April 2016
Supporting and assisting colleagues across Canada when disasters occurred. Water, flooding and fire. Commercial structural drying and document recovery solutions. Solicited business with commercial clients owning multiple properties across Canada.
Supporting colleagues with my vast experience and knowledge and know how